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Line-up revealed for Wireless Festival 2024

Line-up revealed for Wireless Festival 2024

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Gopuff’s Wireless delivery service has announced phase one of this year’s lineup, featuring top-notch headliners. From July 12-14, 2024, an impressive roster of artists, including Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, J Hus, Doja Cat, Future, Ice Spice, Asake, Rema, Gunna, and Sean Paul, will grace the stage at Finsbury Park, London. This summer, Wireless returns to its iconic venue for an unforgettable weekend filled with sensational cultural moments.

Bringing the global hip-hop, rap, R&B, trap and Afrobeats communities together in the capital for one weekend only, Gopuff delivers Wireless 2024 already boasts a seismic bill following today’s initial announcement. With phase two of the line-up dropping imminently, fans are encouraged to buy tickets early to avoid disappointment. Existing Three and Barclaycard customer pre-sales start at 9AM Monday 29 January. General tickets go on sale 10AM Wednesday 31 January, payment plans are available via

Nicki Minaj, rap’s influential figure, has made a highly anticipated comeback to North London. Throughout her impressive career spanning over a decade, she has left a lasting impact on music and fashion, establishing herself as a royal icon and creating a superstar personal brand.

With her songwriting skills, she has won awards and broken records. After releasing her latest record, Pink Friday 2, which topped the charts, her headline performance at Wireless is anticipated to be absolutely captivating, as she returns to her cherished UK festival stage.

Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj

Grammy-winning rap artist 21 Savage is a highly sought-after musician of his era. His first two albums, “Savage Mode” and “Savage Mode 2,” along with the collaboration with Drake on “Her Loss,” all reached number one on the charts, accumulating a staggering 3 billion streams overall. Just two weeks ago, he unveiled his critically acclaimed third solo album, “American Dream.” Fans can witness 21 Savage’s brilliance as he takes center stage at Wireless 2024 in Finsbury Park this summer. Reflecting on this opportunity, 21 Savage exclaims, “Returning home to the UK and headlining Wireless for the first time brings me immense joy.”

J Hus
J Hus

British rapper J Hus will headline Wireless for the first time, marking his triumphant return. He has gained international recognition for his unique fusion of UK rap, Afro-beats, dancehall, and R&B, earning praise from artists like Drake, Dave, Burna Boy, and Stormzy. In 2023, J Hus released the top fifteen single “It’s Crazy” as a precursor to his third album, “Beautiful and Brutal Yard.” He followed it up with the hit single “Who Told You,” featuring superstar Drake. Now, J Hus is set to dominate Wireless 2024. Doja Cat, a global superstar, draws inspiration from headliner Nicki Minaj and has amassed over 20 billion worldwide streams. Her creativity and showmanship have been widely acclaimed, making her performances at music festivals unforgettable. As she takes the stage at Wireless 2024, expect nothing less than a vibrant and captivating experience in London.

Doja Cat
Doja Cat

Future, the special guest for Friday, is recognized as a trailblazer in contemporary trap music. He holds a prominent position as one of the most impactful rappers of his time. In 2021, he made a memorable appearance at the festival, surprising the audience by bringing out Drake as a secret guest. This moment has become legendary in the history of Wireless.

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Ice Spice, a beloved figure in New York; Asake, a prominent Nigerian Afrobeats artist; Rema, an ambassador of Afropop and innovator of Afro rave; Gunna, the creator of “A Gift & a Curse”; Sean Paul, a legendary performer in dancehall and reggae; Sexyy Red, a dynamic rapper from St. Louis; Tyla, a viral popstar from South Africa; Digga D, a trailblazer in UK drill; and Uncle Waffles D, a superstar of amapiano music, are some of the initial lineup for Wireless 2024.

The weekend will feature a lineup of talented artists including producer and singer-songwriter Fridayy, award-winning musician Ruger, Jamaican dancehall rapper Skillibeng, dancesoul pioneer Byron Messia, R&B stalwart Vanessa Bling, rising Nigerian artist Shallipopi, genre-bending musician Teezo Touchdown, Detroit rap enigma Veeze, 90s rap influenced star Strandz, and visionary producer and vocalist Ragz Originale.

Wireless Festival main stage

Additionally, renowned DJs and BBC 1Xtra broadcasters such as DJ Target, Kenny Allstar, Nadia Jae, Remi Burgz, Seani B, and Snoochie Shy will make appearances throughout the weekend, solidifying Wireless 2024 as an important cultural hub.

Wireless 2023 was known for its unforgettable ‘I was there’ moments, international special guests, and glamorous after parties. The event sold out well in advance, establishing itself as one of London’s most thrilling experiences. As phase two of the lineup for Wireless 2024 is about to be announced, fans are urged to purchase tickets early to avoid missing out.

General tickets go on sale at 10AM Wednesday 31 January, with payment plan options available, via

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Gopuff Delivers Wireless 2024 line-up so far


  • Nicki Minaj
  • Future
  • Ice Spice
  • Sean Paul
  • Vanessa Bling
  • Veeze
  • Ragz Originale
  • DJ Target
  • Remi Burgz


  • 21 Savage
  • J Hus
  • Asake
  • Gunna
  • Sexyy Red
  • Fridayy
  • Skillibeng
  • Byron Messia
  • Shallipopi
  • Strandz
  • Kenny Allstar
  • Seani B


  • Doja Cat
  • Rema
  • Tyla
  • Digga D
  • Uncle Waffles
  • Ruger
  • Teezo Touchdown
  • Nadia Jae
  • Snoochie Shy
Wireless Festival main stage
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